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Errol Morris, “A Wilderness of Error”: Provocative but Unpersuasive

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In undertaking to review Errol Morris’s collection of anecdotes in “A Wilderness of Error,” I recognize a special obligation to be fair and objective. I was interviewed by Morris for the book because I had represented Alfred and Mildred Kassab, the parents of Collette MacDonald and the grandparents of Kimberly and Kristen MacDonald [...]

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